But then because they really want to change to open government they have to change the regulations so that they could legally say that any data that the government produced is open data. Now they have to work with the civil society on it and with lawyers and so on. That became their primary agenda. The new Prime Minister has three agenda points: open data, crowdsourcing and big data. It is a very engineering view of a country. With this agenda they now need ways to engage the civil society largely with the same people who helped the Sunflower Movement to talk about the things that they wanted to change which were not political, that is not affecting the election, or that is not affecting the pro-independence or the pro-unification, those ideological debates.

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